Italian Farmhouse Dinner *In-person*

Let’s cook more cozy vegetable dishes this winter. In this class we'lll make quick, easy, and yummy Italian dishes that are high in nutrition and full of vegetables. We’ll start with grilled bruschetta with mascarpone, wild mushrooms, and baby arugula. We’ll also make homemade pici pasta with pork ragu (no pasta machine required) and broccoli rabe with cannellini beans. We’ll finish the class with umbrian pastry wrapped pears stuffed with fig jam. Instructor: Diane Manteca

Sections

HFAM-WI22.01

Start Date

March 16, 2022

Time

6:00pm

Location

CCAE

Cost

$100.00

Availability

9

Wednesday, 6-8:30pm, March 16.

This class will meet in-person at CCAE with a limited student capacity. Please note that COVID-19 vaccination is required. Please view our In-Person Class Guidelines prior to enrolling.

Instructors: Diane Manteca

Instructor

Diane Manteca

Diane has been a professional chef for thirty three years, working in high end gourmet establishments, along with catering. She owned the Brickyard Café in Cambridge for 8 years, which was an eclectic and popular café style restaurant in the Fresh Pond area. Diane has co-authored a Zone cookbook on healthy eating and worked as a food consultant and developed recipes for a major specialty food company. Chef Diane has also cooked for fund raising events, and cookbook signings for culinary celebrities.

Diane owned Sassy River Sauces, a specialty food company, selling at Farmer’s Markets and major food establishments. She is now a personal chef with clients in metro west and the Boston area. Her teaching career spans 30 years, with Italian cooking as her specialty, along with Moroccan, African, Asian, Cuban and regional cooking from the United States. She travels to Italy often to learn regional Italian cooking and brings her knowledge back to teach her students.